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:08. and it is on to the race for the white house. tonight president obama and mitt romney meet for the final debate. this is the last chance for undecided voters to see both candidates take on foreign policy. randall pinkston is in boca raton, florida with more on the final matchup. randall. >> reporter: good morning. expect mitt romney to come out swinging on the benghazi attack citing it as failure of the obama administration of foreign policy. the president said he is handling the crisis as well as winding down afghanistan. >>> reporter: this will be the third and final time that the two candidates take the stage together for debate. >> this debate matters more than ever before. >> reporter: expect moderator bob schiefferer to spend plenty of time on libya. on sunday, republican senator marco rubio suggested the obama campaign tried to keep the foreign policy focus on the death of bin laden. >> is that why for two weeks they told us that the libyan incident in benghazi was a popular uprising and not a terrorist attack? because it ran counter to their campaign there. >> reporter: obama campaign o
and then, of course, president obama, mitt romney will spend most of their time campaigning in battleground states. and cbs reporter randall pinkston joins us now from boca raton, florida with the latest on the big night between the two candidates. good morning. >> reporter: a big night it was indeed, frank, a lot of clashing through the night. this morning republicans are saying what mitt romney did last night was to lay out his vision of foreign policy if he is elected president but the democrats and president obama are saying that what he did indeed was to lay out a series of inconsistencies, changing his positions, saying that he is all over the place even accusing romney of being reckless. >>> reporter: this was the third and final debate and president obama saved his sharpest attacks for the end. >> every time you've offered an opinion, you've been wrong. >> attacking me is not an agenda. >> reporter: viewers seemed to respond to the president. a cbs news snap poll of the debate shows 53% of uncommitted voters believed the president won. >> you saw a very strong president, a strong an
obama will travel 5300 miles today alone for events in iowa, colorado, nevada, and finally in southern california. and republican challenger mitt romney is doing a lot of heavy traveling himself. he has stops in reno and iowa today and here he is yesterday in colorado. >> these are tough times for a lot of americans and the president's answer to this is another stimulus and more government workers and higher taxes. that hasn't worked. >> i want you to look at our plan. compare it to governor romney's plan. see which plan you think is better for you and for america's future. well, he says he's got a plan. >> that was the president yesterday in ohio. in general, polls show the popular vote is really up for grabs. the president appears to have an edge in the electoral vote. but that depends on the outcomes in nine states which right now are just too close it call. >>> two people who are well known for putting themselves in the spotlight claim they are about to reveal information that could change the entire presidential race. one of them is billionaire donald trump. a romney supporter who
romney will campaign today in the battleground state of iowa while president obama is back at the white house where his schedule includes several media interviews there. yesterday the president ended a 40-hour tour of battleground states that included his hometown of chicago. he cast an early ballot there for the upcoming election. >> for all of how have not yet voted early, i just wanted everybody to see what an incredibly efficient process this was. >> on november 6 i'm counting on ohio to vote for big change. >> as for governor romney he spent yesterday in ohio a state rich in electoral votes. polls show he trails the president in the buckeye state but is within striking range there. no republican by the way has ever won the white house without winning ohio. that's why he will be there a lot the next week and a half. this presidential campaign has passed the $2 billion mark when it comes to fundraising. fundraising reports submitted last night show president obama and mitt romney have brought in about $1.7 billion so far. in addition, there's about $300 million in donations involving
. a new poll shows president obama leads mitt romney there by 5%. but the president holds a 2-1 lead among people who say they already cast their ballots in ohio's early voting system. today romney will focus entirely on ohio with rallies in the columbus and cincinnati areas. his stops yesterday included reno. >> a president that's out of ideas and out of excuses, why, on november 6 you're going to make sure we put him out of office. >> the president made appearances in las vegas and on the tonight show last night. he had this to say about controversial comments on rape by republican u.s. senate candidate richard mourdock of indiana. >> rape is rape. it is a crime. [ applause ] >> so these distinctions about rape and -- you know -- don't make too much sense to me, don't make any sense to me. >> the president will finish a massive two-day campaign marathon in ohio tonight after casting his own ballot in chicago. >>> 5:09. a new poll shows governor brown's tax hike proposal could be in trouble. prop 30 calls for higher income taxes for the wealthiest californians and a temporary quarter cent
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